Peterborough United v Swindon Town English League One
October 16, 2010 - Kick off 15.00 GMT
Peterborough are sitting pretty in third place at the moment, despite a mixed set of results so far. Every time Gary Johnson‘s team look as though they will embark on a winning run, Posh slip up against lesser opposition, although we should note that they have won four of their five matches at London Road. United are a team that like to score goals as 23 in 11 games will testify, although they have nearly conceded as many at the wrong end. The likes of Aaron McLean, George Boyd and Craig Mackail-Smith should ensure a maximum haul in this game.
Swindon Town picked up a much needed win on Monday when beating Bristol Rovers 2-1, although Danny Wilson‘s team have only managed one victory in five on the road and are suffering from the absence of Billy Paynter this season. The striker left for Leeds in the summer and the Robins have failed to replace him, with Charlie Austin unable to repeat his form of last season at the moment.
Best odds for the Peterborough win is 1.90 with bet365.
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